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THE POPE TALKS ABOUT THE RETURN OF CHRIST
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THE POPE TALKS ABOUT THE RETURN OF CHRIST

FINALLY!
THE ONLY THING MISSING IS A CLEAR ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE MANIFESTATION OF THE DIVINE JUSTICE.
MOREOVER, THE POPE’S ANNOUNCEMENT IS INCOMPLETE. CHRIST WILL FIND ON EARTH MANY HUMAN ENEMIES AND DEMONS, SO THE POPE IS WRONG WHEN HE SAYS THAT BEFORE THE RETURN OF CHRIST WE MUST BEAT ALL HIS ENEMIES. IN FACT, IN THE GOSPEL IT IS CLEARLY INDICATED THAT CHRIST NOT ONLY WILL NOT FIND FAITH ON EARTH (Luke 18, 8), BUT HE WILL ALSO FIND MANY ENEMIES THAT HE SHALL JUDGE WITH HIS HOLY WRATH AND WILL TELL THEM:
“Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels”. AND TO THE GOOD ONES HE WILL SAY: “Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. ” (Mathew Chap. 25, 41).
YOUR HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI SHOULD REMEMBER TO TELL ALWAYS THE TRUTH TO THE FAITHFUL AND ABOVE ALL SHOULD KNOW THAT MANY OF THOSE CURSED PEOPLE MENTIONED BY CHRIST IN MATTHEW’S CHAP. 25 ARE MEMBERS OF THE CLERGY AND THE VATICAN HIERARCHY.
PEACE!

FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH


Pordenone (Italy)
2nd December 2012. 3:50 p.m.


Pope Angelus: The world must be filled with the presence of Christ

2012-12-02 Vatican Radio

(Vatican Radio) In his weekly Angelus address, Pope Benedict noted that the first Sunday of Advent marks the beginning of a new liturgical year.
Advent, a word that means “coming” or “presence”, refers both to the first coming of Christ in the Incarnation, and to the second coming, when Jesus will return in glory. These two events, the focal points of salvation history, touch us deeply, the Pope said, “because by His death and resurrection Jesus has already accomplished that transformation of humanity and of the cosmos that is the final goal of creation.” But before that final end, the Gospel must be proclaimed to all nations. “This permanent coming of the Lord in the proclamation of the Gospel requires our continual collaboration; and the Church, which is like the Betrothed, the promised Bride of the crucified and risen Lamb of God (cfr. Rev. 21,9), in communion with her Lord collaborates in this coming of the Lord, in which His glorious return is already begun.”
Sunday’s readings, Pope Benedict said, show us what we must do to be ready when the Lord comes. The Gospel reminds us that we must live simply and moderately, and pray constantly. Saint Paul urges us to continually grow in love for one another. And the reading from the prophet Jeremiah reminds us that the Church, the community of believers, “is a sign of the love of God, of His justice that is already present in history, but not yet fully realised, and that therefore should always be awaited, invoked, and sought after with patience and courage.”
 In his remarks to English speaking pilgrims and visitors after the Angelus, the Holy Father made special mention of Devasahayam Pillai, a convert from Hinduism who was martyred in India in 1752. Blessed Devasahayam was beatified today in the diocese of Kottar. “His witness to Christ,” the Pope said, “is an example of that attentiveness to the coming of Christ recalled by this first Sunday of Advent. May this holy season help us to centre our lives once more on Christ, our hope.”

Source: http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-angelus-advent-a-time-of-vigilant-and-active

 


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